Now then, this was a disk that came packaged with issues of Dr Dobb's Journal and Software Development magazine (I get both, which is why I was selling one). I agreed to exactly zero licensing agreements in getting these DVD's. I opened no shrinkwrap and did nothing even resembling signing a contract in receiving the DVD's. They simply appeared in my mailbox, and yet someone at Microsoft thinks that the fact that they gave 'em to me somehow restricts what I can do to 'em.
Sorry, Microsoft, but it just ain't so. They're mine to do with as I please.
So, just to be contrary and to violate whatever licensing agreement to which Microsoft thinks I am bound, I'm gonna give away that DVD to the first person who sends me a buck to cover postage. Email me here if you want it.
FWIW, it's a really nice product. Includes VC++, VB, C#, Managed C++, and complete documentation. Install it, re-sell it, or mail it back to Microsoft and claim that they're now violating your copyright. Whatever you want to do, it's yours!