Send one/multiple files to multiple servers

I often need to send files from my computer to a bunch of servers, who are on the same domain and on Windows. The files are always uploaded at the same place (like C:\foo\bar) in each server.

Now, you will be scared by what I'll say. I upload each file remotely by RDP (mounting my local disk) and placing them manually in the location. I found this really annoying, since we've got 45 servers on Windows in my company.

I would like to have a nice UI, with my list of servers, and an explorer to send remotely, letting me make the choice of which of them I will work on.

I'm not against the use of scripts, but it would be nice to have an UI for this situation

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Is it always the same list of servers? Is the shareing via remote desktop the only way to transfer files between the machines (due to a securty guideline?) – ChaosCakeCoder Feb 25 '13 at 8:21
Yeah, always the same list (sometimes we add one...). And yep, actually our guideline forbids us any ftp/other transfert since we are working in production. Of course, when we need to send big files we use ftp, but files I want to send are tiny vbs scripts. – Robinson G. Feb 25 '13 at 9:32
Just an random shot: could you not create a scheduled task on each server that copies the files from a common shared drive (like YourComputer/C\$/vbs_scripts) every couple of hours? – ChaosCakeCoder Feb 25 '13 at 9:42
Now that you say this, we have a mean of transfert by ftp on each server. Let me explain : Each morning our healthcheck script generate a .txt, this .txt is sent (by ftp) on a remote server (on our domain) and this server send a mail with all the .txt. Now the fact is, when I need to modify the structure of the script, I need to do it for the 50 servers. So yes, we can FTP. It's my bad to not have saying this before, i totally forget. What advice can you give me ? Thanks :) – Robinson G. Feb 25 '13 at 10:03