Okay, this is the piece I was trying to figure out. :)

Like I said in a follow up I found that copying the key out of the old 
cisco config and the old one in the users.conf worked. Initially I made 
an error on this cisco end when copying that made it fail.

So the piece of confusion is how you get that encrypted hash in there in 
the first place when configuring a new key.
King, Michael wrote:
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> One further comment.
>
> The shared secret in FreeRADIUS  CANNOT  be the "really long number" in
> the IOS config file.  This is an encrypted hash of the "REAL" secret.
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