This is indicative of a bad installation. The necessary schema entries were not added to the database. You should uninstall and reinstall RME. Since you are on Windows, be sure to set your TEMP and TMP environment variables to something short like C:\TEMP before doing the reinstallation.
Ah, that may be a bug. I have seen other cases where the orig database did not get the necessary schema changes. If you open a TAC Service Request, SQL queries can be given that will restore this table.
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