Inventor assembly models are often enhanced by including design views and/or position representations which are essential to productive design practices. If you use Inventor with the Autodesk Vault, you may be disappointed when it seems these special views are lost during check in to the Vault. The "Preview" panel presents a view of the entire 3D model which you can zoom and pan but you cannot find the representations you created in the assembly.
Take heart, there is a Vault settings that will allow you to capture these views and using Autodesk Design Assistant, you will be able to view them easily. The setting I mentioned is found under the Vault Settings, Visualization tab, Options. In the Publish Options dialog box, first select the 3D Inventor version from the drop down box, then place check marks beside the "Include Design Views" and "Include Positional Representation" entries.
You may also want to check the "Include Annimations" if you would like to see your annimated presentation files. The next time you check an assembly into the Vault, and create a visualization file during check-in, the DWF or DWFx placed in the Vault will contain your assembly view representations.
After doing this you may again may be disappointed that they do not appear in the Vault Preview. The Vault preview is driven by Autodesk Design View and that is where you need to be to see the full visualization file. It is super easy to get there, just right click over top the Vault preview and select "Open in Autodesk Design Review".
In the Views dialog box you will find both the design views and position representations contained in the model.
If you use Vault Professional 2015, the design views and positional representations will also be available in the Autodesk Thin Client. The Thin Client also uses Autodesk Design Review to show visualization files so you will find the same Views panel contains the views you are looking for.
Enjoy, share and have others review your designs using your new found tools.