Boot your Bootmedia, map a drive to your share where you store your images. Ensure you have access to Imagex.exe on that share and run the capture command...
<path>\imagex.exe /capture /compress maximum <drive letter of what you are capturing>: <path to share>\<wim name>.wim 1 "<decription>"
Please forgive my ignorance, but I'm very new to using LANDesk for OSD - is there a reason you indicate imagex.exe instead of imagew.exe?
Also - is there any difference if I want to capture a 32-bit or 64-bit image, or does the fact that I'm running off boot media mean that the imaging tool really doesn't care?
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Microsoft's ImageX utility is faster the ImageW It also allows you to put multiple Images into a single file.
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc749447(v=ws.10).aspx is Technet article on ImageX utility.
And yes the version of imageX has to match the WinPE version you are running. In this case LANDesk uses a 32 bit WinPE 3.0 boot wim