Long story short, we have a Windows 2003 Server File Cluster connecting to SATA storage via fiber. We had issues the last couple nights, which ultimately corrupted "some" of the data on the storage. The files are mostly office-based, some pdf's, and some Lotus Notes nsf files. We are getting killed with calls from users who are unable to open said files. Luckily, we are successfuly restoring files from backup (three days old - due to the issues). In an attempt to be proactive, we would like to report and enumerate any corrupt files that are still resident on the drive, so the user does not have to call. Does anyone know of software that will report on the consistency of files in this type of situation?