The goals of the Linux-NTFS project are to develop reliable and full feature access to NTFS by the Linux kernel driver and by a user space driver (ntfsmount), and to provide a wide collection of NTFS utilities and a developer's library for other GPLed programs.
The quickest way to mount an NTFS partition on a RHEL server is by downloading an RPM suitable for your system, installing it, and then using it like a normal kernel module:
# Mount usb storage device
mount -o ro /dev/sdb1 /mnt/usbdrive
In the above example, I've mounted a portable USB disk drive. If you're not sure on the device path for your usb device, you can take a look at the output of 'dmesg' or perhaps check the partition table using 'fdisk'.