Microsoft makes it known through an official note that within Windows 11 22H2 there are some problems with the remote desktop, here are the ones
After the update of Windows 11 22H2Microsoft says, functionality crashes may occur Desktop remoto. Within the support note, Remote Desktop usually stops working when you are in the connection setup phase or in the virtual machine loading phase.
How to fix waiting for a patch?
The technicians are obviously at work to solve the problem in a very timely manner, however we need to understand how to act immediately. First of all, it must be specified that, since the process related to operation does not answer more at no command, it will be necessary to kill him. To do this, you will have to go to the task manager (in Italian “activity management”), then go to “more details”, then to “details”. After that you will have to end il process called mstsc.exe.
The temporary solution to the problem proposed by the Redmond multinational is to press the keys Windows+R, and type gpedit.msc and select from there Computer Configuration > Administrative Templates > Windows Components > Remote Desktop Services > Remote Desktop Connection Client. Inside the panel visible on the right you will have to look for the policy “Disable UDP in the client”. Then just double click on it and then choose the option “Activated” and click on OK.
It is therefore clear that the problem is attributable to the UDP protocol which generates anomalous errors. Consequently the solution lies in using the solo TCP protocol. The latter, however, can however bring with it some performance drops especially when using them connections a bit dated.
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