For security, passwords in that format are the best way to go, even better if you incorporate sign/symbols into the passwords.. If you need to, Document the passwords, lock a hard copy away in a Security Safe, then keep a soft copy in an encypted format, say Axcrypt, or PGP, etc (Use a massive passphrase). I dont know if you network has change control or something like that, but in the network I run, we need to take messure before changing things, and not expected to know passwords of the top of our heads.
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