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What are the three types of control panel?

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Control panels include virtual control panels, remote control panels and physical control panels. You can perform almost all of the same functions with these control panels. Remote control panels and virtual control panels provide a means of performing control panel functions from a PC.



Physical control panel


The physical control panel is your initial interface with the system. You can use the physical control panel to perform functions such as performing an initial program load (IPL) and turning the system on and off. Dashboard functions range in sophistication from features that display status, such as IPL speed, to low-level service functions that only service representatives can access.



Remote control panel


The remote control panel provides a method of using the control panel functions from a PC. The graphical user interface of the remote control panel looks similar to the physical control panel.



Virtual control panel


With the virtual control panel, you can use the control panel functions from your PC.



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