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How to large companies deal with this? I though of creating a few spreadsheets — one for "Top Secret" passwords (i.e. routers, firewalls), another for "Classified" passwords (i.e. windows service accounts, domain admin account, database passwords, DNS management) and finally a "Sensitive" password database for general passwords (i.e. configuring new phones and other day-to-day accounts used by tech support).
Those are my thoughts but what I want to know are:
1.) Whats the typical scheme used in a large company? I'm sure it is pretty customized to each organization's needs, but there's gotta be some similarity. If not:
2.) How does your company go about this?
3.) Any suggestions?"