TLS 1.3 is the latest version of the protocol, offering significant improvements in terms of security and performance compared to previous versions.
However, it is important to note that TLS 1.3 is only compatible with Windows Server 2022 and Windows 11. If you try to enable TLS 1.3 on a device that is not compatible, the protocol will not function properly and you may experience connectivity issues.
Even if TLS 1.3 is active on the device, if it is not supported, Windows will select the highest version of the TLS protocol that is supported by the device. This means that if the device does not support TLS 1.3, Windows will select the highest available version of the protocol, which may be TLS 1.2.
If you disable TLS 1.3 and the access returns to normal, this is because Windows has selected TLS 1.2 as the highest protocol available and supported by the device.
It is important to remember that even if the device does not support TLS 1.3, it is always recommended to keep the device updated with the latest versions of TLS protocol available. This will ensure the best possible security and help protect your network connections against potential threats.