Windows 10 and 11 have Core Isolation Memory Integrity feature that might prevent TDAD from functioning correctly.
For TDAD's "Block LSASS memory attacks" and "Enable deception account in LSASS" to function properly, it needs to inject itself into the LSASS.exe process.
Windows 10 and 11.
Memory Integrity feature uses Hypervisor Code Integrity based security to move critical/core OS processes to an isolated virtual secure mode. Basically these critical processes run in a separate VM.
HVCI mode does not take lsass.exe into the secure VM