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Prevent Server With File System Corruption From Running CHKDSK on Reboot

I have a old Window 2003 server that I need to reboot one final time before the decommission process is complete. The C:\ is marked as dirty. I need to make sure that chkdsk will not run on reboot since I do not have remote access.

I have read multiple artilces that I can update the autocheck autochk *  in the registry to include include the /k swith to exclude a drive but when I run chkdsk /? I do not see /k as an option

http://blogs.technet.com/b/ganand/archive/2009/03/17/how-to-stop-chkdsk-from-running.aspx
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I still need the * after the C correct?  No colon is need correct???

autocheck autochk /k:C*  is correct and not autocheck autochk /k:C:*