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Help removing DHCP from Cisco 2611

Newbie here!
Let me start by saying I don't have any Cisco training so I'll need to KISS (Keep it simple stupid).
My 2611 is configured as a DHCP server for my network.  I would like to remove this function so I can have my clients lease their IP addresses from a Windows 2003 server that is configured to run DHCP but just waiting to be turned on.  
I can log onto the 2611 and perform some basic shows and stuff but I don't know what to do about removing DHCP.
Your help would be greatly appreciated.
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Chad Dixson

8/22/2022 - Mon
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Chad Dixson

I followed your instrcutions...removed the my pool (actually two were listed but the second was a part of the first...don't know who set this up as it was here years before I got here).  Now the config does not have these entries.  I presume I should start DHCP on my server then test from client to be sure it's getting it IP from the server rather than the 2611?
Net_Worker

Thats correct. WIthout those lines in the config the 2611 is no longer serving DHCP.
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Chad Dixson

Your answer was perfect.
Your help has saved me hundreds of hours of internet surfing.
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Chad Dixson

I just tested with my PC and it's working great....DHCP is being hosted by my 2003 server now.  Thanks!!