The following example shows a typical network label configuration file.

#Network Label Configuration Spec
#WARNING! Setting enabled flag to false will
#turn off the automatic network label assignment
#for newly provisioned desktops.
enabled=true

#Parameter Definition for NIC
nic1=Network adapter 1
nic2=Network adapter 2

#Parameter Definition for Network
network01=dv_2k_2004
network02=dv_2kclient_2164
network03=dv_2kdt1_2084
network04=dv_2kInfra_1924
network05=dv_vMotion
network06=desktop-auto01-230
network07=desktop-auto02-240
network08=desktop-auto03-250
network09=desktop-auto04-260
network10=desktop-auto05-270

#Network Label Attribute Definition
#Expected format:
#<nic_param>.<network_param>.maxvm=<max vm for network label>

#WARNING! Multiple NICs:(nic1,nic2) detected against network01,
#total port count against network01: 488.
#IP address might be over-subscribed.
#WARNING! Multiple NICs:(nic1,nic2) detected against network02,
#total port count against network02: 488.
#IP address might be over-subscribed.
...
...
#WARNING! Multiple NICs:(nic1,nic2) detected against network02,
#total port count against network10: 488.
#IP address might be over-subscribed.

####nic1.network01.maxvm=244
####nic1.network02.maxvm=244
####nic1.network03.maxvm=244
####nic1.network04.maxvm=244
####nic1.network05.maxvm=244
####nic1.network06.maxvm=244
####nic1.network07.maxvm=244
####nic1.network08.maxvm=244
####nic1.network09.maxvm=244
####nic1.network10.maxvm=244
####nic2.network01.maxvm=244
####nic2.network02.maxvm=244
####nic2.network03.maxvm=244
####nic2.network04.maxvm=244
####nic2.network05.maxvm=244
####nic2.network06.maxvm=244
####nic2.network07.maxvm=244
####nic2.network08.maxvm=244
####nic2.network09.maxvm=244
####nic2.network10.maxvm=244