domain 2003 and want to add more domain

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Active Directory Connector
ADC
Domain Controller
Microsoft Windows Server 2003
i have a DC running on 2003 it is running slow and i bought another server i.e ibm server and install windows 2oo3 . i want to know that i have to make this server adc or child domain that it should manage my performance on network. all users acces to first server to run application server . i want that all the load of 1st server i.e application will given to 2nd server . is it possible . and also tell what should i make 2nd server . i have 30 users .plz tell me the solution.

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