NT Kernel

On my SMB server 2011, after a power outage and the server reboots I get a message "NT Kernel need approval to run" (something along that line) until I click yes, it does not allow access to the network drives.  Does anyone else have this issue?  I'm wondering if I can configure something to automatically run.  

The message refers to NTOSKRNL.exe
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First check your RAID array for any signs of problems with a disk. If there are problems, replace the bad disk and then wait until the array has re-synched.

If your array is fine, run a chkdsk /f /r on all the partitions (this will need a reboot and it can take a long time, depending on the size and number of file-system errors to repair, so your server will not be available during that time).

After that check whether you still have the problem.

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jakester69Author Commented:
I did a chkdsk /f /r and everything seems fine.  For now it seemed to work. Thanks
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