latest windows 11 Dev update

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Since the latest update, I am not able to connect to my home network because it has old access point.
The system is giving me not option to connect despite the unsecure network like before the update. When I try to connect it says "Not Supported Network"
How can I fix it?

3 Replies
Are you referring to the Wi-Fi network?
Have you tried updating your Network adaptor?
Try open start and search for feedback and open the Feedback Hub and report this issue.
You may use LAN connection in case Wi-Fi is not working to report this issue.

@zakaria9925it's likely detailed in 22557 Release blog 


  • TKIP and WEP are deprecated security standards and Windows 11 will no longer allow connections to those types starting with this build. Contact your network administrator or update your router to one that supports at least WPA2 (WPA3 is the current standard).

Apparently MS deprecated WEP/TKIP in 2019 and started giving warning messages about connecting to an insecure AP.  22557 ripped out the ability completely.  WEP came out in 1997 and was deprecated by IEEE in 2004.  IEEE deprecated TKIP in 2009.  I'm going to doubt there's a way to circumvent this. 


What model router are you using?  There's a good chance that you could enable WPA2 in it.

Mujhe bhi btao fix krne ka problem