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I have a SharePoint 2013 site that is accessed by http://servername:Port (Windows Authentication) and http://www.mywebsite.com (ADFS). I need to make the homepage (http://servername:Port and http://www.mywebsite.com) anonymous and add a login button that will take the user into an authenticated SharePoint site. What is the best way to do this?

I have tried going to the web application and clicking on authentication providers for the ADFS site, but it breaks ADFS. Also, it stopped the redirect from http://servername:Port to the corresponding aspx page. I have posted that issue in a separate post. http://www.experts-exchange.com/Software/Office_Productivity/Office_Suites/Q_28413095.html
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I was able to get the anonymous home page with ADFS working. These are the steps:

1.      Go to Central Admin.
2.      Click on the web application
3.      Click on Authentication Providers
4.      Click on the ADFS zone
5.      Click “Enable Anonymous”
6.      Click OK
7.      Go to the site settings
8.      Go to site permissions
9.      Click button that says Anonymous Access
10.      Click “Entire Web Site”
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