There is no rme directory under NMSROOT\htdocs. CiscoWorks uses the Struts infrastructure, and JSPs are responsible for displaying the frontend web pages for RME.
If you are getting 404 errors, there is most likely something wrong with your Apache or Tomcat configuration. This points to a bad RME installation. You should uninstall RME, set your TEMP and TMP environment variables to something short like C:\TEMP, then reinstall.
Editing the Apache and Tomcat configuration is not recommended since there may be other problems with your installation. When you reinstalled RME, what was the value of TEMP and TMP? There is a known problem if these variables point to a path that does not conform to DOS 8.3 convention.
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