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I recently did a SNDPTFORD for SF99722 followed by GO PTF option 8. I set the PTFs to install *IMMDLY and to not IPL.

Typically I schedule an unattended IPL over the weekend to apply any PTFs that are delayed.

However, I received this message (likely because of the technology refresh:
"A technology refresh PTF and/or special handling PTF requires an IPL to complete PTF install processing. A technology refresh PTF must be permanently applied before a PTF with a technology refresh requisite (*TRREQ) can be loaded....
Perform a normal mode IPL to complete the PTF install. During the next unattended IPL, the remaining PTFs will be installed from the following device:
Press F10 to confirm your choice to end all jobs on the system immediately and automatically IPL the system. Press F12 to cancel the installation."

So my question is this... Do I need to run option 8 again when I am able to immediately IPL the system? Or, can I schedule several unattended IPLs?

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