Yes, this is easily done in one machining process if the width of all the chamfers is exactly the same. As a preliminary step, all you need to do is ensure that the profiles you are using all lie in their real geometric position in space.
For example, if you were using a 2d sketch to machine from, everything is normally in one plane. This would not work unless you move the selected profiles to their actual Z position. However, if you work from extracted edges of a 3d model, then typically you will be using extracted edges which will lie at the proper Z height.
You also must ensure that the profiles all represent the same relative position on each chamfer, ie., all at the exact top of the sharp edged modelled feature, or all at the bottom height of the modelled chamfer edge.
However, if these conditions are not met, it is easy to create a process for each one seperately: after you have created one process, then basically just pick the next one and click on through it using the same settings as were just used.