If we could know details of how you configured the ASA we might be able to give better answers to your question. It sound like you have configured authentication for enable to use the same authentication server that you use for login authentication. If that is the case then it is the expected behavior that you would authenticate to enable mode with the same password that you use for user mode. If you have configured authentication for enable to use TACACS (or Radius) with LOCAL as a backup method, then if the ASA were not able to communicate with the authentication server then it would use the configured enable password. But if it is configured to use TACACS (or Radius) as primary and if it can communicate with the authentication server then it will not use the configured enable password.
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