If still no toolbars appear in Visual Studio 2013 or 2015 after InventorNetAddinWizardPro is properly installed, MSI is run as Administrator, and tips are followed, as published before:
there should be a problem with the UAC of Windows itself especially version 10. Most likely, the VSIXInstaller.exe prevents the INAW2015.vsix and any other VSIX files (Visual Studio Extensions) from running properly, by default.
The standard double click operation over a VSIX file in the File Explorer is not installing ANY Visual Studio 2015 or 2013 extensions on Windows 10. The Visual Studio 2015 and 2013 options simply would not show up in the VSIX installation dialog, which is weird. The VSIXInstaller.exe seemed to require the administrative permissions, but was not possible to make through "install as administrator" or similar anymore on Windows 10. Not sure why they changed the behavior and made people's life a bit harder than before.
The only way to install the VSIX extensions properly is to execute the VSIXInstaller.exe as administrator and pass the VSIX file as a parameter as follows:
- Open a Command Prompt window as Administrator, better from the Visual Studio Tools shot-cut
- Go to the Common\IDE folder of the Visual Studio 2015/2013 installation, such as:
CD "C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Visual Studio 14.0\Common7\IDE"
- Execute the VSIX installer and pass the VSIX file as a parameter, such as:
VSIXInstaller.exe "C:\Program Files (x86)\InventorNetAddinWizardPRO\INAW2015.vsix"