In order to change a Keychain password, you'll have to know the original password used to create the Keychain. If you don't know what that original password is, simply create a new Keychain with a new password and enter passwords into the Keychain as you or the user comes across applications that require a password.
So how is a Mac involved here? It seems like you are trying to do a Windows to Windows copy, no Mac in the process?
Correct. It seems that a Mac unzipped the files to the windows server. There was a bug at the time that set the file type bit to something that makes windows think it's encrypted. (thus windows shows it as green and the encrypted check box is checked)
All I'm trying to do now is copy the files from a server that is having issues to a new server.
Where are you running the copy operation from? The new server or the server with issues?
I'd suggest trying to run the copy FROM the server with issues.
That's that. You can use extremely limited (2) VMs for testing or development, nothing more. You VPS, no cloud computing. No multi-tenant. So that is why Apple has no VPS presence, it's not allowed. You can get PS, but not VPS.
Which brings up an interesting point, this means that IBM has abandoned Lenovo, their long term partner and the owner of the old IBM brand. So, in a way, IBM no longer runs IBM! Which is not that shocking, since even in 2000 - 2001 they relied on Sun to provide their servers instead of eating their own dogfood.
What you are both forgetting is that the primary target of Apple's market is no longer the studio/production house, it is exactly the home user/prosumer market that they are targeting that they will hurt the most with this.
I wasn't forgetting I was just replying to you saying this will effect studios, video production houses etc.