I generally use Linux systems for most of my work, and some work I need to do on specific machines as I can only run certain software on each machine. I have a Windows 7 machine on which I have Publisher 2013, and need to access and modify files on a Linux machine.
If it was a Linux machine, I could use the 'Connect to server' function integrated into the File Manager (Nautilus, Nemo, etc) to connect over FTP or SFTP (FTP over SSH, sort of):
This mounts the attached 'server' as a folder on the machine, meaning files can be modified remotely as though they were attached locally.
I am aware of FTP clients like Filezilla, but I think this would involve manually transferring files to update them in the local and remote directories. I also know about SMB/samba, I would prefer to use SFTP (please).
Is there a alternative I can use on Windows 7 64bit?