|I have noticed something odd, in the Windows Services the DHCP is showing started and automatic but when I do ipconfig /all the DHCP is showing Disabled.|
This is because DHCP is running as a service on the server. Ergo it should be set to automatic and started. If it wasn't started, that would be a problem. As to the output of your ipconfig /all command, that's showing you that your NIC is not set to DHCP but static. This is also correct, one should always statically assign server IP's.
This doesn't mean the DHCP service on the server is disabled, it just means your NIC is not enabled to get an IP from DHCP because you've statically assigned the IP.
With regard to how to fix this....if it were me, I would try shutting the DHCP server off completely and then bring it backup and reconfigure the server's scope etc. Then I would reboot the server and see if that doesn't fix the issue.