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CACLS.EXE Fix, Where Is It?

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I'm looking for a Microsoft fix to their CACLS.EXE.  The file I'm looking for is:
12/04/97   06:21p         65,808 Cacls.exe (for Intel)
It's referenced in their tech support article Q183718 but I can't find it... Help.    michael.southwell@incirlik.af.mil
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