So I thought, let's do it from an Oracle Linux 7 VM, as root. But it turns out that Oracle linux did not support NTFS by default.
But with the trick in this link I managed to do it.
To sum up, especially for my self:
Add the EPEL-7 repository from Fedora:
# wget https://dl.fedoraproject.org/pub/epel/epel-release-latest-7.noarch.rpm # rpm -ivh epel-release-latest-7.noarch.rpm
This worked for me. Although I had to step over my issue that I add a Fedora repo to Oracle Linux.... An other option could have been (probably if under Redhat Linux or CentOS:
# yum install epel-release ... # yum clean all ... # yum update ...
Install the NTFS-3g package:
# yum install ntfs-3g -y
And enable NTFS support for FileManagers:
# yum install ntfsprogs -y
Then I got to the FileManager and I could browse the disk. It was mounted at '/run/media/oracle/803638DB3638D3BE'.