We just had a question on Superuser regarding WGA and the risks of ignoring those messages.
Now I agree with TheTXI comment:
The OP says that he could locate the windows key and try to validate it. That is enough to make the assumption that it is valid. And even if his installation was not legit, the questions is not asking how to get by WGA or advocating for piracy. All it is asking for is consequences of ignoring the WGA message, which is an entirely legitimate question even for regular legal users who get hit with the WGA warnings for no reason.
But where do we draw a border for questions we want to see answered on Superuser? Since if certain people start to see topics like this pop-up they might start to ask questions that go over the border and into warez-like areas. Especially now that Superuser is going public, the risk of question on illegitimate topics are bound to become frequent and I would personally like to prevent that from happening.
Any thoughts? Perhaps I'm just overreacting...