This book is from 20004 (8 years ago!) and for Windows Server 2003. Since then Windows Server has undergone three generations (Server 2008, Server 2008 R2, and Server 2012) not counting the poor cousins derived from these main servers (Home Server and MultiPoint Server editions).
I am surprised that this good book has not been updated for Windows Server editions beyond Server 2003. However, despite its age, this book is still a compendium of useful tips and pointers for configuring Windows Server and the majority of the specific tips are as valid. You don't have to follow the fine details (as intended for Server 2003) rather get the general concepts and then you may like to further explore if the approach is applicable to your requirements.
I picked up this book for under £3 from the Used catalogue (very good condition) here on Amazon, and even the few tips you take from this book are worth so many times the miniscule price tag.
on 6 October 2012
Although dated now and probably not relevant to Win server 2008 or latest 2012, as I'm using Win Server 2003 in a Primary school, it has some brilliant tips and useful script coding. Bought very cheap used, so good investment for the short-term. Hopefully there's something as good when we upgrade!