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ASA 5505 L2L IPSEC VPN setup user can't see remote side

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I have a two ASA 5505's communicating via cable. Site A is the central office. The local LAN at site A is 192.168.0.0/24. Site A is connect via T1's to other remote sites, they are addressed 192.168.4.0/24, and 192.168.5.0/24. Site B is a remote office with a local LAN of 192.168.14.0/24.

The VPN between the sites comes up, and the IP phones at Site B load OK from the Call Manager at Site A. I am able to make and receive calls but this appears to be the only traffic that is allowed.

From Site A I cannot ping the inside address of Site B.  Site A can ping addresses on the Internet and any of the other subnets.

Site B cannot ping the inside address of Site A or any of the other subnets behind it.  Site B can ping addresses on the Internet.

Site B cannot resolve hostnames from the DNS server at Site A.

Site A can see the web page from a printer on Site B, but other apps like Apple Remote Desktop don't work.

Users on Site B cannot see anything on Site A or other subnets.

I have added what I thought were the appropriate access-list entries but nothing changes.

What should I be doing to debug this? Or, if you've seen this problem before, could you point me towards the resolution?

I am at a loss for what to try next. I will post a show run from either of both sides if needed. Your help is greatly appreciated.
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