When a VM guest has multiple volumes, it is frequently difficult to figure out which SCSI disk to browse for a desired file/folder granular recovery. Which SCSI disk instance is drive G:\ on a Windows VM that has a dozen drive letters with some identical in size? Which SCSI disk instance contains the /u13/app/oracle filesystem on a Linux VM that has multiple PVs in multiple VGs?
DP business logic needs to work in concert with VADP to greatly improve ease of use in this area. The user should be presented with a relevant list of Windows drive letters or Linux mountpoints as the top level of granular recovery navigation versus a uselessly generic list of SCSI0:0, SCSI0:1, SCSI0:2 volumes. And it needs to happen in the native DP GUI instead of that janky VCSA "smart" plug-in.