The dhcp server is located in vlan 100 and only vlan 100 is able to get the DHCP IP from it. The rest of the vlans are not getting DHCP request. Also, the network is getting intermittent disconnect after a Virtual Environment equipment started to have problems and the ports that they are using are trunking ports. The trunking ports has been disabled but the DHCP is still not working for additional vlans.
Service dhcp is enabled.
Thank you for posting back to the forum indicating that the problem was solved and how you fixed it. VTP pruning was certainly not one of the things that I had thought about as a possible cause of this and it is interesting that this turned out to be the problem. Now that you have it working perhaps you want to mark this question as resolved?