I use Passbolt for network devices (firewalls, routers). These devices often have the ability to roll back configuration to a specified date. When configuration is rolled back, the password is also reset to the value it historically held.
Because of this, we need to keep past passwords, and we need to know for what given date a password is valid. With the ability to view a password’s history (by everyone who has that secret), we could easily see that e.g. in 2018 the password was changed, and try the old value in the hardware device.
Our current workaround is just to maintain multiple password entries for each device, indicating which dates they’re valid for in the title, e.g. “Router password 2018-04 - 2019-04”. This can be a bit cluttered, and it also means we have to ensure each password is shared when we add a new user.