Microsoft Surface will not wirelessly connect to EAP660
I have a Surface Pro 3, which has had no problems connecting to any access point in the past, except for the EAP660. I seem to be having the exact same issue as found in this tp-link community thread: https://community.tp-link.com/en/business/forum/topic/574632
Just like the poster in that aforementioned thread, I can connect the Surface to the EAP660 only if I switch the EAP660's setting to WPA2-PSK, even though the Surface supports WPA2-AES on any other AP devices that also allow for WPA3 simultaneously.
Reluctantly, I reformatted the Surface, and put on a fresh clean version of Windows 11 on it to see if that would solve the problem like it did for the other poster on the other thread. All drivers, including the Marvel Wireless AC that it has, are up to date. But that didn't solve the problem. This is problem very unique in that it only happens with TP-Link APs with similar firmware, seeing as it's a glitch with the software settings from within the EAP660.
Will there be a firmware update to correct this? Or am I missing something?
Thank you for your attention.