This is from the CLI guide
Unconfiguring a module disables any recurring jobs or scheduled operations that you have activated for that module, but it does not deactivate the license.
isi license unconfigure --module <module>
Specifies the name of the module that you want to unconfigure.
My concern is SmartPools disables SetProtectPlus, so I want SmartPools to be removed. It does all hang on the meaning of 'unconfigure' vs. 'deactivate'.