This question highlights another great example of bad (conflicting) documentation.
Within the same documentation one will find both of the following statements.
DBCC CHECKDB does not examine disabled indexes.
Unless NOINDEX is specified, DBCC CHECKDB performs both physical and logical consistency checks on a single table and on all its nonclustered indexes.
That last one is stated twice for good measure.
SQL 2012 Version
For good measure, the document is nearly the same for SQL 2014 (other areas changed but those statements were not).
Even better is that the 2014 document has information regarding compatibility 90 which is not supported in SQL 2014.
You can read a bit about the compatibility levels here[/url].
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