On-off switch for Learning Path (guided help)
Learning Path (guided help) is turned on by default.
Turn Learning Path on or off for an individual user
This setting affects only the person who makes this change.
To turn Learning Path off: On the nav bar, click the Options icon > Opt out of Learning Path.
To turn Learning Path on: On the nav bar, click the Options icon > Opt in for Learning Path.
Turn Learning Path on or off for an entire organization
This setting changes access to Learning Path for an entire organization.
Getting to app feature settings can vary based on the type of app (Unified Interface or the legacy web client) you're using. You might need to adjust the procedural steps in this topic to reflect your app type. See Settings.
Also, we are moving some settings from model-driven apps in Dynamics 365, such as Dynamics 365 Sales and Customer Service, and the Dynamics 365 Admin center to the Power Platform Admin center. See Environment settings are moving.
Make sure that you have the System Administrator or System Customizer security role or equivalent permissions.
Check your security role
Follow the steps in View your user profile.
Don’t have the correct permissions? Contact your system administrator.
Go to Settings > Administration..
On the Administration page, click System Settings.
On the General tab, scroll down to the Set custom Help URL section. Next to Enable Learning Path, select Yes or No.
By enabling the Learning Path feature, static html, you enable images and scripts to be stored on Azure Content Delivery Network (CDN). In addition, all dynamic content that is displayed will be stored in Azure Redis Cache, which is used to pre-cache from the Azure SQL database.
An administrator can enable and disable use of the Learning Path feature within a Dynamics 365 (online) instance by using the Enable Guided Help setting in the Dynamics 365 organization.
Azure components and services that are involved with Learning Path functionality are detailed in the following sections.
For more information about additional Azure service offerings, see the Microsoft Azure Trust Center.
Learning Path runtime (Web Role)
This is the web application that serves the content to users.
Learning Path service (Worker Role)
Worker role is responsible for processing the data from Azure SQL Database and caching them into Azure Redis Cache.
Learning Path uses SQL Database to store:
Learning Path uses Azure Active Directory Service to authenticate web services specifically for the designer. Currently the designer is not exposed to customers and partners. And hence the authentication is within only the Microsoft domain.
Learning path uses Azure Redis Cache to cache dynamic content that we serve to users.
Learning Path uses Traffic Manager to improve the availability of important applications by monitoring your Azure or external sites and services and automatically directing users to a new location anytime there’s a failure.
Learning Path uses Azure Resource Manager to deploy CDN, Redis Cache, SQL Database, and cloud services as resource groups so that they are in a consistent state and can be deployed repeatedly.