I recently upgraded my references to Live SDK 5.4 and found the auto sign-in functionality is no longer working.
I'm still running on Windows 8 Enterprise. Is win 8.0 single sign-on supported with this version or should I use an older SDK for now?
// Initialize access to the Live Connect SDK.
LiveAuthClient LCAuth = new LiveAuthClient();
LiveLoginResult LCLoginResult = await LCAuth.InitializeAsync();
Basically the InializeAsync() throws a server error.
The code I'm using was pulled from the Live Connect site:
http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/windows/apps/hh968445.aspx#settingsThanks in advance.
Thanks in advance.
I pulled down the latest version SDK 5.5 and I'm still getting the generic server error when I call .InitializeAsync()
My app is associated with a store app and this section of cod has not changed in a while.
I'm thinking it has something to do with the SDK because I recently put security in an unrelated WP8 phone app and installed Live SDK 5.4 as mentioned above.
The inner exception is:
No credentials are available in the security package (Exception from HRESULT: 0x8009030E)
Which version of Live SDK did you use before?
If you switch back, will it work again?
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