The latest update to Microsoft Visual Studio 2012 gives the ability to build C++11 programs for versions of Windows from XP upwards. For that build configuration, the static analysis tools are disabled, as are some other areas of less used functionality (HLSL compilation, remote debugging, direct x debugging). Note the new v110_xp mode is the only supported one for targeting XP.
This new update requires updates to tools around MSVC e.g. CMake 2.8.11 is required to use the new mode.
Updating MSVC also brings new advice about what compiler options are sensible, and what options are newly harmful. /Za is bad in MSVC 2010+, and is discussed in the boost warning guidelines.