A while ago, I got my hands on a large quantity of used, small form factor PCs. (Basically NUCs). I quickly ran out of TVs to attach them to, and decided to use them to play around with Monero. Individually, they're pretty low rate miners, but they're energy efficient, so collectively, I've been able to mine Monero almost cost-effectively with the batch I setup as a proof of concept.
My setup so far is a row of NUCs connected to a power strip and a Netgear switch, running Windows 7 and using the Monero daemon to mine locally. They all have the whole Monero blockchain, and are full Monero nodes. This has a serious scalabilty problem and is more of a pain to manage than it's worth, which is what I'm looking for help fixing. I don't have a problem figuring out how to manage all these devices, but I'm not sure how to usefully manage all the different XMR addresses and wallets. Right now, I have almost two dozen devices, and every few days, I log into each of them individually, check the balance, and if any of them have mined a block, I transfer the balance to a single Monero address I could actually use for transacting with Monero.
What I'd like to do is have all these devices mine to a single address, without joining a pool. Is this possible? How? (If necessary, I could probably work my way through setting up a private pool, but that seems like a lot of overhead and I'd prefer to avoid it).