I used the hack of copying the xml files manually to successfully synchronize maps across users on an LMS 2.2 installation. I don't have a 2.5 install handy to verify up-level compatibility of the hack.
If anybody from the product team is listening - this has been a recurring feature shortcoming. It wouldn't seem to difficult to build into the GUI the ability to call up common stored maps. One could easily restrict write capabilities to the map owner (admin or whomever) to avoid muiltiple users stepping on each other with changes.
I have also copied them from one profile to another in LMS2.2. Works great just be careful to bring down ANIsrv first. Users must have the same permisson level as well. I am also very interested if this works in LMS2.5.
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