Find below some informal notes that may be helpful to understand how GeoMedia retrieves and stores information for ribbon bars, and key-board short cuts.
The default settings that are delivered are first read in from: C:\Program Files (x86)\Common Files\Intergraph\GeoMedia\CustomizedSettings\StandardSettings.xml
Then the registry location: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Wow6432Node\Intergraph\[GeoMedia Tier]\[version]\RibbonCategories is read/checked for any GeoMedia add-on software applications.
Note: GeoMedia tiers include GeoMedia Professional, GeoMedia Advantage and GeoMedia Essentials
User defined custom ribbon bar settings from Customize Ribbon Bar option (if used) are then read /stored from the file: %LocalAppData%\Intergraph\[Product Tier]\[Product Version]\GMRibbonCustomUI.xml
Note: The GMRibbonCustomUI.xml may not exist if the ribbon has not been customized by the user. Additionally, if the GMRibbonCustomUI.xml is deleted it will remove user defined ribbon bar customizations.
My Workflow commands are read from MyWorkflow.xml located in %USERPROFILE%\AppData\Local\Intergraph\[Tier Name]\[Version]\MyWorkflow.xml
Example: C:\Users\JoeSmith\AppData\Local\Intergraph\GeoMedia Professional\15.00\0009
Note: The MyWorkflow.xml may not exist if the user has not added commands to My Workflow. Additionally, if the MyWorkflow.xml is deleted it will remove the users My Workflow tab. The only exception is if there is one or more custom commands installed which may automatically recreate the MyWorkflow.xml when the application is started. Custom commands must be un-installed using the /u option of the InstallAppCmd.
Keyboard Shortcuts are stored in the registry.
It is possible to Export the key to .reg to then import the .reg to other systems (while logged in as the target user on the target system).