In the Filesystem Manager, select Add Mount Configuration or Modify Mount Configuration from the Mount menu, then select Yes for ``Can Users Mount''.
Under normal circumstances, only root, programs run as root, and users with the sysadmin and backup (or queryspace) authorizations can mount and unmount filesystems with the Filesystem Manager or the mount(ADM) and umount(ADM) commands. However, when you select this mount option for a filesystem, you can enable users to mount and unmount the filesystem using the mnt(C) and umnt(C) commands. The mnt command allows users other than root to access the functionality of mount for that particular filesystem.
For example, if you enable users,
they can mount the /usr filesystem by entering:
To unmount the filesystem, users enter:
Instruct your users in these proper mounting procedures: