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It is possible to "proxy" WMS queries through to an alternative service, using the "Cascading WMS" feature in GeoServer. It is essentially going to look like a store inside GeoServer, but it'll look like a part of GeoServer / GeoWebCache to external users. That offers a few management advantages, but there are some limitations, given in the documentation ...
You might try Maperitve as a lightweigt source of rendering tiles as well. It works on Windows on small and medium areas, and needs no database.
mod_tile effectively has no Windows support. If you don't need it's cache invalidation, you might consider a tile server like MapProxy which has Windows support and can render a Mapnik-based map. You'll find that there is relatively little to no documentation about getting all of the parts to work together on Windows systems. If you do get it working, ...
Just till 9, right? Use Maperitive : http://maperitive.net Lazy caching: Clear out the current map by hitting Ctrl+N, and add Tools > Add Web Map > MapQuest Open Aerial (I'm guessing that's the one you want) Browse through all the places you want tiles of, at the zoom levels you want. Type zoom 2,zoom 3 etc in the command line to be sure you're at ...
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