On a software based router, this would be true. However, I have a strong feeling that on 3560, CEF actually can not be deactivated, as you would be requesting to deactivate the TCAM use - quite impossible for a multilayer switch. However, it is possible that the IP routing is disabled, and as the result, the CEF also "mimics" the deactivated state. Hence, I suggest using the ip routing command in the global config mode.
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