Setup: 2012 Server with IIS 8.5 hosting Sharepoint 2013 with the SP database hosted on a separate 2012 Server.
Whenever I disable Anonymous Authentication for the website in IIS, my SP site loses functionality to save properties/meta data for documents (i.e., Title, Security Attributes, other customized column data, etc.).
However, when I enable it I am able to return functionality to the site when uploading documents or modifying their properties.
Our security team is mandating that we disable this setting because its a CAT 1 STIG and needs to be closed.
I have scoured the interwebs looking for anything that states this setting is a must for Sharepoint 2013, but having much difficulty.
I am hoping that someone out there can provide some insight knowledge so I can justify this setting needing to be implemented.