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Audience Targeting on SharePoint Sites with Anonymous Access

You have a site that is anonymous, but you want to restrict the display of certain content to authenticated users after they sign-in.  This information is a walkthrough of several ways, permissions and audiences, that this can be accomplished.   Anonymous Access Decision: Which sites does the client want to have anonymous as an option? Anonymous is first enabled at the web application level, so this can be a reason to have multiple web applications (and URLs) for different main sites where some need anonymous and others do not. Turning on anonymous at the web application does not actually change any permissions or open up anonymous on site collections.   It simply means you allow it, to give anonymous permissions to a site collection, first navigate to site permissions at the root site collection level.   Here you can choose to give access to the entire site (essentially inherit from the root all the way down) or just lists