Microsoft confirmed the connectivity issue of RRAS, VPN will be fixed within July

Microsoft has confirmed internet connectivity issues causing major problems for Routing and Remote Access Service (RRAS) while Windows updates are enabled. RRAS is a software router and an open platform for networking. It is a Windows-specific service that provides additional routing and remote access connectivity features with the help of Virtual Private Networks (VPN).

Devices that are connected to the RRAS servers are having severe issues with routing traffic. According to a report, a Windows admin also become familiar with similar issues once they installed the June Patch Tuesday updates which doesn’t even resolve after removing the updates.

Not only Windows 11 but also Windows 10. Windows 8.1, Windows 7 SP1, and several other Windows servers faced a similar issue once they installed the updates. However, Microsoft corp. has explained, “We are presently investigating and will provide an update in an upcoming release.”

The giant tech corporation has stated that they are working on a fix to resolve this connectivity problem. The corp. has already disabled the Network Address Translation (NAT) feature on RRAS servers until the next fix is released to dissolve the issue.

Microsoft said, “If it’s not possible to install the latest Windows updates on an affected server, the issue can be avoided by temporarily disabling the NAT feature on the RRAS servers.” The tech giant is currently working on the fix and will release it as soon as possible for the customers.