Virtual PC for Mac on MSDN
As far as I know, the only Mac software that Microsoft offers to MSDN subscribers is Virtual PC for Mac. The latest version available through MSDN is 7.0.1 and is listed under the operating systems category. You can download the latest update version 7.0.2 from Microsoft here.
The latest update 7.0.2 is free for users of Virtual PC version 7 or 7.0.1. This version works on Mac OS X Tiger and also supports Mac G5 processor. Here are the minimum system requirements for installing the 7.0.2 update.
Processor: 700 MHz native PowerPC G3, G4, or G5 processor.
Operating system: Mac OS X Version 10.2.8; Mac OS X Version 10.3; Mac OS X Version 10.4.1. G5 processor requires Mac OS X Version 10.3 or 10.4.1 to run Virtual PC for Mac.
Memory: 512 MB of RAM.
Hard disk: 70 MB of available hard disk space is temporarily required to complete installation; after installation, the program requires 50 MB of hard disk space.
When you install Windows XP on a Virtual PC for Mac, you may notice that in the beginning the options you are given to format the partition includes FAT16 and FAT32 but not NTFS. Don’t worry, during the operating system install you will specify the size of the partition and will be able to select any one of the standard formatting options, including NTFS.
Depending on the screen resolution on your Mac, you may notice that the mouse cursor starts to paint black all over your virtual machine screen when you move the cursor. As a workaround, you can avoid using mouse and simply use the keyboard. Once you’ve finished the installation and selected the appropriate screen resolution for Windows XP, the problem will go away. You can control the virtual machine’s screen quality by adjusting the VRAM.