I'm using Drush 7 on Windows Server 2012 and IIS 8. Whenever I use
drush up to update a third-party module, IIS can't access the files because during the update process, when drush is replacing the module files, the entire module folder contains permissions assigned to only the administrator, with inheritance disabled.
I need Drush to replace the module files with inheritance enabled; otherwise, Drupal will complain that it can't read the module files and break my site.
How can I achieve this?