After yesterday Microsoft confirmed the problem with the Taskbar in Windows 10 22H2as well as other issues also reported via health dashboard Windows 11 22H2, now there is a new problem that is officially confirmed by Microsoft via the official page.
Well this new problem is related to Remote Desktop Connections, where as after updating Windows 11 to version 22H2, Windows Remote Desktop probably will not responding and stopped working when trying to connect via Remote Desktop gateway or Remote Desktop Connection Broker.
But even so, on the official page Microsoft explains simple steps if the user encounters this problem, the user simply opens the Task Manager then stops (end task) process ‘mstsc. exe‘ that was there.
Apart from that, there are other improvements that users can make, where users need to turn on (enabled) ‘Turn Off UDP On Client‘ on directory Computer Configuration > Administrative Templates > Windows Components > Remote Desktop Services > Remote Desktop Connection Client in the Group Policy Editor.
Improvements may be presented by Microsoft via KIR / Known Issues Rollback as usual, but let’s just wait for news from Microsoft on the next update.