Remote Desktop connection - error trying to connect to the server.

I use VISTA Service Pack 2 and was able to connect to my Windows 200 server using remote desktop from my laptop. Suddenly, it doesn't work on my laptop with the error "the remote session was disconnected because there are no Desktop Client Access License remotely to this computer. Please contact the server administrator. ». I am able to access the server from another computer using my login credentials via RDP, is not a problem with the license on the server. The problem seems related to the laptop that I use. I turned off both the anti-virus from Trend Micro and Windows Firewall., but still no change. I upgraded the remote desktop connection on my phone to version 6.0 for 32 bit Vista - no change.
Any suggestion would be appreciated.

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