Yes, TPAM can mange the ENABLE password.
1. On the connection tab for the system enter the current Ciscos "enable" password/secret in the "Enable" field and "Save" the system.
2. View the accounts for this systems. An "ENABLE" account will have automatically been created.
3. Open this account and you can then select the Auto password management option for this account.
TPAM will then ignore the password set in the "Enable" field and use the password it has stored.
NOTE: When TPAM changes the enable password/secret, it will use the command "enable secret <newpasswd>". This ensures the enable password will be using MD5 hasing and not plaintext.