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Messed up file security permissions keeping system from running win2k

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After an error in changing our file security permissions from the root (our bad) on our Win2k server we are now getting the following message upon boot:

autochk cannot be found.  skipping autochk

Is there a way to change permissions in Win2k like there is in NT 4.0 using the CACLS command?  IF there isn't, what is the best way to go about correcting messed up file permissions?

Thanks for the help.
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Thanks sorry it took so long.
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