You want to install a new instance of ADAM.
Using a graphical user interface
To install ADAM on a Windows Server 2003 R2 server, do the following:
To install ADAM on Windows XP or Windows Server 2003, do the following:
Using a command-line interface
To perform a silent install of ADAM, use the following syntax:
> <ADAM Installer File> /q
At its most basic level, an ADAM installation will simply copy the necessary program files and DLLs to the machine in question without creating an ADAM instance or performing any other configuration steps. This can be useful if you want to include ADAM as part of a base image that you deploy to your application developers, while allowing them to create their own ADAM instances and configuration sets as they see fit. By using the /q switch on the ADAM installation file, you can deploy it during Windows setup or through an automated batch file.
Recipe 19.2, Recipe 19.3, MS KB 840991 (Active Directory Application Mode Does Not Function Correctly in Windows Server 2003 or Windows XP), MSDN: About Active Directory Application Mode [ADAM], and Chapter 18 of Active Directory, Third Edition, by Joe Richards et al. (O'Reilly)