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I am looking through the security events within Event Viewer and I am noticing several login failure attempts for a user with the name of see.www.broadviewnet.net_slash_openrelay.html@example.net.  This log occurs two times a day 7:30AM and 1:30PM.  I have enforced security by enabling settings in the domain controller group policy, as well as modified settings in shared network resources ACL.  What are some other steps I can perform to verify that my network is secure enough to block out unwanted access?
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you can run the ms Security Baseline Analyser tool to show any flaws

http://www.microsoft.com/technet/security/tools/mbsahome.mspx
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