troubleshooting Question

Exchange server disable TCP/IP Client access to entire network

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We have a report from our auditors that  states:

The option to allow any TCP/IP client to the entire network is enabled in the registry settings on the Microsoft Windows Server (ECAE-MSG-SRV) hosting Microsoft Exchange."•  

The required action is
The setting to allow TCP/IP clients to access the entire network should be disabled on the Microsoft Server that is hosting the Microsoft Exchange Server.

I have searched and searched on the net and for the life of me can not find where in the registry this setting can be changed... any ideas
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