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LiveAuthClient.InitializeAsync methods

Initiates the Microsoft account sign-in flow in silent mode. If the user is already signed in and has connected the app to his or her Microsoft account, a session object is created with a valid access token.
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InitializeAsync() method Initializes a new LiveAuthClient.
InitializeAsync(Object) method Initiates the Microsoft account sign-in flow in silent mode. [Windows Phone only]
InitializeAsync(IEnumerable<String>) method Initializes a new LiveAuthClient with the given scopes.
InitializeAsync(IEnumerable<String>, Object) method Initializes the Session object by loading it from cache, specifying a list of scopes and a user state. [Windows Phone only]


Minimum supported client

Windows 8

Minimum supported server

None supported

Minimum supported phone

Windows Phone 8



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