ASA Enable Password Attributed to a User Account?

Hello, just a quick question.  

On a Cisco device, is the enable password attributed to any user account at all?  I guess another way of asking, is the enable an account or user?  Or some other system abstraction?  IE just a password onto it's self?  IE, I am noticing that it is different than the main user account to connect to the ASDM and ASA console.  Can it be reset from the ASDM in case somehow it becomes unknown?

Thanks
CnicNVAsked:
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lruiz52Commented:
you can grant enable permission to a user account by assigning the correct privilege lever (15)

username %username% password %password% encrypted privilege 15

when login in to console, you login with a user with its assigned password, then you type enable and you are prompted for the enable secret password.

I've never reset the Enable password fro asdm, but you should be able to from;
Configuration>>Device Setup>>Device Name/Password - Enable Password
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CnicNVAuthor Commented:
Thanks a lot, this was what I was after.  Have a good weekend:-)
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