Again there is a new issue reported and it has now been confirmed by Microsoft, after yesterday there was a problem with Printing and Nvidianow there is a new issue related to Remote Desktop in Windows 11 22H2.
Regarding this issue, it was first reported by a number of users and IT Admins on Microsoft Forums and other Social Media pages (via Bleeping Computer), where Windows 11 will find it difficult to connect to Remote Desktop after upgrading to version 22H2.
The problem is not only difficult to connect, but fails to connect, random disconnect, and sometimes freeze.
For now, Microsoft has confirm this issue, and is currently investigating to fix it. Meanwhile, constrained users can do rollback to Windows 11 version 21H2 or turn off UDP Connections to downloadbypass bugs.
Bypass UDP itself can be done by opening DWORD 32 Bit Value (fClientDisableUDP) with Value in it 1, on registry key HKLMSOFTWAREPoliciesMicrosoftWindows NTTerminal ServicesClient.
So, are you having this problem? comment below guys.
Via : Bleeping Computer