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I am writing a memo and here's my first sentence:

Access to the system is through a logonid and a password.

Could I use any of these for my second sentence?

1. Operations, Technical Support and Network each use a separate set of logonid and password.

2. Separate sets of logonids and passwords are used by Operations, Technical Support and Network.

I wish you could give me a model structure for this type of sentence.
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logonid = login

2. Seperate logins and passwords are used by Operations, Technical Support and Network (ops?).
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I'm curious! Is the second sentence the better choice, or it may be that the first sentence is really wrong?
Both suffer from 'logonids' (I don't think that's really a word!)

But overall I prefer the second.