Since there is an AACS folder on this Blu-ray, it probably has encryption. This means you’ll need a decryption program to break that before you can copy it correctly.
I’d suggest using MakeMKV first, since it is free to download and use. Normally, MakeMKV will only take the main movie of a Blu-ray and give you an MKV file as output, but that’s not what you want here. Install MakeMKV. If you get a message that says its too old, and you need to register it, use this Beta key, which is the latest one and will work through the end of September: T-CDPEBnWdamx7Qt2sdl60vp0xsRQsH3HBJ6RifOAvJedhinALlaoCJu30fAMQ4iWsx0
Ok, now you have the program started and the disc is in the drive, so click on File, then Backup. This will give you a little pop up window where you have to specify where on the hard drive you want the copy of the Blu-ray to go. Also put a check mark in the box asking if you want to decrypt the files. Click on Ok and it will start to make a complete copy of the Blu-ray in file format.
Assuming you have enough room on the hard drive that is.
To burn this to a different disc, use ImgBurn, or whichever burning program you prefer that can make Blu-ray format.