We've installed Virtual Storage Console 5.0 in our vSphere environment. We can see backups created with VSC on each server, but I cannot find an overview page of all my VSC backups. I know there was one in 4.2.1 (non vSphere Web Client).
This is all context based now so it's easier to find out what backups exist based off the object that needs to be restored, it's certainly still here though. Here's how to display this info from the vSphere web GUI:
Open up the "VMs and Templates" or "Storage" inventory view and select a specific datastore or VM. From here you can click on a "Related Objects" tab in the middle of the screen and then you should be able to see the "Backups" button right below.
Hi Cole Stickle, thank you for your reply! I can see that you can see the snapshots from each Datastore, but what I am looking for is a view where I can see all my snapshots, now I have to click every Datastore 1 by 1 to view where my snapshots are. I wana see my snapshots (all of them, doesn't matter on which datastore) on 1 screen.
I've been looking around in VSC 5.0 and I think I found something which displays what you are looking for here.
If you go into vCenter inventory you can open up the datacenter view, right click on your datacenter and select mount backups from the VSC context menu. This page will show all the available snapshots that were taken by VSC and since you are viewing this at a datacenter level this should show you all the snapshots taken by VSC for any backup job created within that datacenter.