This bug does not affect home networks, only open points, organisations and educational institutions. Microsoft says it is already working to fix the bug.
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Microsoft has verified that numerous user reports of difficulties connecting to Wi-Fi networks after installing the latest Windows 11 updates are due to an issue caused by the recent update. The problem mainly manifests in public, educational, and enterprise access points, leading to connection failure or drastic reductions in connection speeds to unacceptable levels.
According to a statement on the Windows Health Dashboard, the update responsible for this issue is numbered KB5032288, which is essentially the latest non-security-related update for versions 11H23 and 2H22 of Windows 11.
Microsoft is already working on fixing the Wi-Fi issue in Windows 11
Fortunately, for users primarily interacting with home networks, it is expected that these networks will continue to function smoothly, remaining immune to this recent error. This specific issue will not impact systems running Windows 10, affecting only the latest versions of Windows 11.
Microsoft has received reports of an issue where some Wi-Fi adapters might not connect to some networks after installing KB5032288. As reported, you are more likely to be affected by this issue if you try to connect to an enterprise, educational, or public Wi-Fi network using 802.1x authentication. This issue is unlikely to occur on home networks.
The severity of the matter is that the error is within an update intended to fix one of the most persistent errors in Windows 11, related to the sudden appearance of the File Explorer on the screen. So, this is not a minor update.
Microsoft has announced that they are investigating the situation to fix the error. Redmond plans to provide a new update as soon as more information is available. In the meantime, affected users are advised to uninstall KB5032288 as a temporary solution to restore Wi-Fi connections.
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