This is a flagrant violation of terms (certainly ours, and probably MSDN's too). I won't go into details here (public flogging etc), but it is being dealt with.
To make it clear: no, this will not be tolerated.
Totally uncool, but easy to fix:
I asked someone about your question and he gave me the following answer.
[copy/paste of post with no attribution]
I asked your question on Stack Overflow (which is really a much better site than this one). Here's the answer I got:
[copy/paste of post with proper attribution and link]
This seems to be a pretty clear violation of the licensing protecting user contributions. (Links at the bottom of the page or, if you're lazy, here)