Download artifacts from OnDemand Bamboo

We are using the On deman version of JIA+Bamboo+BitBucket

our URL is https://sglemont.atlassian.net/

And we would like to publish the our artifacts as mentioned on this URL

http://blogs.atlassian.com/2012/02/artifact-sharing-build-automation-bamboo/

But my query is how to download these artifacts into our local test enviornment (and which is behind firwaall/proxy). I know I can download it thru browser application without any issue but we want to have this automated so that this would get downloaded automatically. Could you suggest how I can do that.

Second question is their any way in Bamboo by which I can delete aged artifacts (older than 1 month)

Thanks

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Thanks Bob your suggested tool have good number of features thanks for suggetion.

I download this and trying to use this command but unfortunately I am getting error "Connection refused"

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C:\Development\bamboo-cli-3.4.0-SNAPSHOT>bamboo --action getLatestBuildNumber --build PI-CIPLAN

Client error: Invalid request: java.net.ConnectException: Connection refused: connect

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Our organization uses proxy server while connecting to internet, is it something to do with that? is their any way I need to configure the proxy in this tool

Yes, proxy requires some addition stuff. Usually just add it to your bamboo.bat/sh or equivalent. See https://answers.atlassian.com/questions/55443/how-to-instruct-rest-to-use-a-proxy?page=1#55470

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