What about making your WinSCP script easier to maintain?
I suppose all you need is to put one
synchronize command per directory to your script. That does not sound too difficult to maintain.
I.e. your script (
script.txt) would be like:
option batch abort
option confirm off
open sftp://user:email@example.com -hostkey="server_hostkey"
# one synchronize command per directory
synchronize remote C:\local_directory1 /home/user/remote_directory1
synchronize remote C:\local_directory2 /home/user/remote_directory2
synchronize remote C:\local_directoryN /home/user/remote_directoryN
And you add a task to Windows Scheduler with command-line like:
"C:\Program Files\WinSCP\WinSCP.exe" "/script=path_to_script\script.txt" "/log=path_to_script\script.log"
For details refer to:
Ideally also add
/ini=nul to command-line to isolate your script from environment.