I'm looking to roll out WPA3 as its supported on our routers/access points but there is an issue with Surface devices. When configured to use when configured to use WPA2/WPA3 Personal (mixed) Surface devices cannot connect to the wireless network. Other devices such as phones (Lumia 950, Android and iPhone) connect without issue so I suspect this is to do with either the current builds of Windows 10 (18362.239) or the wireless Marval Avastar driver (15.68.9127.58).
It doesn't appear that Windows 10 currently supports WPA3 as no mention in change logs for the April 2019 update so it should be falling back to WPA2 so other devices can connect using WPA3. We are still holding our breaths for TLS1.3 and DNS over HTTPS for other security related technologies.
The known network config was deleted and recreated without success.
Has anyone experienced similar issues and if so is there a fix/workaround or it this a known issue as others seems to have the same issue on the Feedback Hub (of course as usual there is no correspondance from Microsoft on this).