VPN only works for one user after upgrades

We upgraded our Windows 2000 AD,DNS,DHCP to 2008 R2.  We use a Cisco ASA to VPN to network for our salesmen.  Everything had been working fine.
Yesterday I test a single user VPN connection to network and worked fine.  But no other users can VPN in except the single user.

All users are in same AD OU, all use same Cisco ASA VPN client.

I did have to make changes on ASA to modify VPN group settings for servers to new server ip addresses.

I see Kerberos ticket request for each different user, but still only one can connect.
jhinsonAsked:
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MrNiss99Commented:
Is it just one user, or one user at a time that can connect? I would have to think if you are seeing Kerberos tickets requested by each user that there might a licensing issue on the ASA???

Not sure but it sure does sound like the ASA is not happy.
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jhinsonAuthor Commented:
It is just one user that can connect, same user can connect multiple times.
On ASA see "Remote peer has failed user authentication, check configured username and password"
Have tried accessing with different users, does not accept any user but the one, not even domain administrator.
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jhinsonAuthor Commented:
I found the answer,

Here is link to problem if anyone interested.

http://forum.persiannetworks.com/f63/t35464.html

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jhinsonAuthor Commented:
I found the answer after several hours of searching
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