14.4 Mounting an Encrypted NSS Volume with NSSMU (Linux)

Mount only one volume at a time so that you can enter its password.

IMPORTANT:For encrypted NSS volumes on Linux, you can mount the volume only from NSSMU the first time it is mounted after a reboot.

  1. In NSSMU, select Volumes.

  2. In the Volumes list, select the encrypted volume that you want to mount.

  3. Select or press F7 to mount the volume.

  4. If you are prompted to enter the password, enter the password, then click OK.

    You are prompted for the password on the first time the volume is mounted after a system reboot. The password is stored on the system until the next system reboot. You can mount the volume without the password until a system reboot occurs.