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This is not urgent for us, please don't demand urgent help from a voluntary community. Instead you should use a useful and informative thread title.
As for your issue... netenforcer? You surely have commercial support with them directly?? Whilst that would look to be a Linux box we can't say much about how to maintain it within an appliance. Clearly there's an alternative menu you can bring up, maybe that would let you fsck the disk?
Download rescueatux, state your os, and I will reply with further instruction.
The OP posted this was a network appliance; looking at the device specs on their website says that it runs a small Linux-based OS, which will not boot from other devices. This is also vendor-supported, so booting from something like rescueatux would only serve to void the warranty.