Don't Do That, Then! Is well known in the Hacker Jargon.
On a recent question I asked, I felt I got of lot of "don't do what you are trying not to do" answers. I would hope that the presence of a question at all indicates that the asker already knows that there is something amiss or to be improved upon. Answers that state "this is not a good idea" or similar seem to miss the fact that relatively junior employees in large orgs have fairly little redress, and this may be a problem management is already aware of and working on, but will take time to resolve.
How should answers that affirm an issue but offer solutions outside of an asker's abilities to effect that solution be handled?
Edit: The other part of this meta-question should have been: “or is the linked question not asked properly, and if so, how should questions be asked to avoid these answers?”