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Is this network connection was tethered via USB device (such as Wi-Fi hotspot). If yes, then this is a normal behavior.
Each time we replaced our Wi-Fi hotspot but used the same name as before, Windows recognized it as a new/different hotspot with a name that collided with the old name, so it would throw a "1" or "2", etc. on the end of the ProfileName so that they're unique.
This phenomena could also be due to the virtual network adapters that we create on Windows.
As a workaround, you could delete the unwanted network profile in the following registry key:
Here are 2 similar threads discussed the same issue, you could refer to explanations and methods in the following threads.
Why does my wifi name show up as <wifi name> <number>?
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