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How to upload a file with SCP protocol when shell is unavailable

Working with a server that does support SCP protocol

I can upload files with SCP inside a CURL wrapper via:
curl -u <username> -T <filename> scp://

However, there is no external/public SSH session / shell available (server address is public-facing), so WinSCP fails login once it reaches "Server refused to start a shell/command".

Is there any way to do this in WinSCP? Essentially just a "blind upload" with SCP protocol?
SFTP is available, but SCP outperforms by a large margin. CLI works great, but looking for a "for dummies" GUI option too.