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I have started working for a new company, currently there is only one server. I would like have seperate servers, one for administration and one for engineering to help with the network load.

Anyone know of site to help explain it a little bit: (AD sharing)

Server A will be for administration, a AD Server, and source to backup files from Server A. Server B will be for engineering. I dont want to have to setup accounts on each servers.

I also want to have Server B backup data files to Server A as well.

My experience with they format has always been a admin, I have not had to set it up from scratch yet. The setup will be in the same building.

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u can do that ,u just create a domain for server A ie A.LOCAL for the adminstration and create a child domain as B.A.LOCAL for the engineering , it will be load balenced & u need not to create the user account for r A & B saparatly .
 

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that makes no sence, are your DC servers overloaded? How can you tell?

If you want to add a second server thats great, but do it for the correct reason. Add a second DC to the existing domain .. this will make your domain redundent. Just make sure to install dns on both and make sure your clients have both servers as their dns servers
 
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