Steps I followed to resolve the issue on Mac (M1 Chip) Systems:
1 Step: Uninstalled VS2022
2 Step: Re-installed Visual Studio but this time with the version VS2019
3 Step: Downloaded DIS Extension (DataMiner Integration Studio (Main Release for Visual Studio 2017 & 2019)) from here: https://community.dataminer.services/dataminer-integration-studio-other-downloads/
4 Step: Installed the downloaded DIS extension for VS2019.
5 Step: Opened the Visual Studio and checked for the DIS under the Extensions Menu as shown below in the image:
6 Step: Successfully installed.
I would think you either have the incorrect DIS or you don't have a compatible Visual Studio installed. More info can be found here: Expert Hub - DataMiner Integration Studio - DataMiner Dojo
We have two versions of DIS, one for VS 2022, and one for VS 2017/2019. Make sure you have the right one for your environment. And also note that Visual Studio Code is not supported, you need the full version: Visual Studio 2022 IDE - Programming Tool for Software Developers (microsoft.com)
I hope this helps!
I now noticed that you added some new information regarding being on MacOS and running via Parallels.
Would you happen to be using a newer Mac device with a M1 or M2 series chip? These are ARM architecture and I would assume the W11 installation would also be the ARM version which per this DOJO answer from Michiel Oda appears to not yet be supported.