Fix Wi-Fi Issue in Windows 11 23H3 using KIR after KB5032288, KB5033375

Solutions to WiFi problem in Windows 11 23H3 using KIR or Known Issue Rollback delivered officially.

After receiving KB5033375 or KB5032288 on Windows 11 23H2 respectively several users reported to face WiFi problems. The connectivity issue is most likely to occur when trying to establish a connection with enterprise, education, or public Wi-Fi network via 802.1x authentication. Finally, Microsoft acknowledged this bug and provided a Known Issue Rollback (KIR) to fix Wi-Fi Issue in Windows 11 23H3.

KB5033375 issues led Qualcomm adapters to block permission from PEAP (Protected Extensible Authentication Protocol) settings. This occurs due to broken PEAP after installing the update. Furthermore, the Windows update affected big tech companies’ networks and triggered the WiFi problem. Thankfully you can solve the issue using the recently released KIR.

KB5032288, KB5033375 Wi-Fi Issue in Windows 11 23H3

Here is how to fix Wi-Fi Issue in Windows 11 23H3 using KIR after KB5032288, KB5033375:

Use Known Issue Rollback

KIR or Known Issue Rollback is a file to withdraw specific changes from a Windows update to resolve a certain bug. Since KB5032288 and KB5033375 cause some Wi-Fi adapters to create connection problems, this KIR (Windows 11 22H2 KB5032288 231029_032011 Known Issue Rollback.msi) will rescue this. Follow the steps:

  1. First of all, navigate to this link to download the KIR.
  2. Right-click on “Windows 11 22H2 KB5032288 231029_032011 Known Issue Rollback.msi” and select Open.
  3. A wizard will appear, click on Next.
  4. Select Finish and type gpedit.msc in Windows Search.
  5. Click on Edit Group Policy.
how to fix Wi-Fi Issue in Windows 11 23H3, 22H2 using KIR after KB5032288, KB5033375
  1. Once, Grop Policy Editor is open, go to

Local Computer Policy > Computer Configuration > Administrative Templates > Windows 11 22H2 KB5032288 231029_032011 Known Issue Rollback > Windows 11, version 22H2.

  1. Double-click on Windows 11, version 22H2.
  2. Right-click on KB5032288 231029_032011 Known Issue Rollback and select Edit.
  3. Check Disabled and click on OK.
disable KB5032288 231029_032011 Known Issue Rollback
  1. Restart your computer. The change will be effective within 24 hours as it can take time to complete propagation.

See: Fix KB5031356 8007000D Error with Known Issue Rollback in Windows 10 22H2

Uninstall KB5032288 and KB5033375 using Setting or Cmd command

If still you are getting WiFi issues in Windows 11 23H2 then uninstall KB5032288 and KB5033375. Command Prompt or Settings can help in this task so move forward with the procedure:

To remove the patch via settings, go to “Settings > Windows update > Update history > Uninstall updates > KB5032288 > Uninstall”

To uninstall via Command Prompt,

  1. Press Win + R and type cmd.exe.
  2. Select “Run as administrator”.
  3. Enter the following commands to uninstall the Windows update from 23H2:

wusa /uninstall /kb:5032288
wusa /uninstall /kb:5033375

command prompt uninstalling windows update
  1. If a verification popup prompts, select Yes.
  2. Allow the computer to restart a couple of times.

Perform System Restore

System restore will also help remove Windows updates KB5032288 and KB5033375 if you have created a restore point before their installation. This will bring back the system to the selected time so head to the steps:

  1. Click on Search and type rstrui.
  2. Press Enter to launch the System Restore wizard.
  3. Select the option Choose a different restore point and click on “Next”.
  4. Check the box for Show more restore points.
  5. Highlight a date and time when the update was not installed and click Next.
  6. Review the selection and click Finish.
  7. A pop-up will appear asking “├ľnce started, System Restarted can not be interrupted. Do you want to continue?”; select Yes.
  8. This will take a long so wait patiently and let the process complete.

Methods:
Use Known Issue Rollback
Uninstall KB5032288 and KB5033375 using Setting or Cmd command
Perform System Restore

That’s all!!

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Love to play with Windows 11 and 10. Suggestion - Going for Registry change or system files edit then remember to take a backup or create a restore point before Starting.