Microsoft Windows works out VPN-related problem

Microsoft has fixed an issue related to VPN connection failures across client and server platforms.

The issue emerged after Windows users installed a security update or non-security preview update in April.

Among the affected Windows versions were Windows 11, Windows 10, with Windows Server 2008, and later.

It’s not yet known what caused the issue, but Windows advises its users to “use the Get Help app in Windows or contact Microsoft Support” and organizations to “request immediate support through Support for Business” in case the problem remains.

Windows first confirmed the issue on May 1st, and an update fixing the problem was posted on May 14th, during the May 2024 Patch Tuesday.

Patch Tuesday is a day in a month when companies, such as Microsoft, release security updates for their operating systems and other software.

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