There are many commands which would stay in the config if you enable a feature and later disable it. If you want to get rid of it totally, do a "show config 3", copy paste it into a notepad and then do a "clear config 3" and then put back the required config
I think Mathew was right in that you do not need to copy, modify, and repaste your config. After you clear the learned MAC address from a specific port (clear port security) simply disable port security and it should be removed from your config. (set port security disable) Also know that, for example, the CAT 6000 switch will also automatically set the "trunk status" to off and you will also see this in your config. A "clear trunk " will remove this from your config. Hope this helps.
Hmm, I stand corrected. I did do it earlier today but I did not have the following options in my config:
age 10 maximum 1 shutdown 0 violation restrict
I just had "set port security 3/29 enable". With just this in the config I was able to make it "disappear" from the config after disabling it. I guess I'll be using the origial advice to get that crap out of my config tomorrow ...
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