Your screen capture shows two of them disabled. I will assume you did that while trying to uninstall them. The other 3 with the ! probably can not start. Might be due to the disabled ones. Though I`m not sure why Trend Micro is still showing up if you ran only the on-line scan.
Just checked several of my PCs for verification. While they are named differently, probably due to type of ISP used = cable, DSL. I have 5 miniports as well. I`m guessing you are on cable. Just switched to DSL which uses PPPoE and I noticed that that had been changed\add`d as (Descriptions) on one of my miniports.
Some info on WAN miniports from MS.
Yes I have disabled the first two miniports because they show the (!) when enabled. I indeed tried to remove them and they will not delete. The only Trend Micro product i have ever used was their on-line scanner. I've read that he computers "winsock" controls wan miniports in that the winsock calls for each miniport. I have a number of ways to reset the winsock but i would like to understand what i would loose by resetting it. I would like to view the contents of the winsock and choose what i want to remove not just reset the thing.
I've also found registry keys associated with WAN Miniports specifically the Trends Micro miniports. i'm told that the registry is used too lock out users from changing or removing miniports . The key is folder"tm_passthrump" subkey folder 0000. I'm not sure how to change the key to get the desired results. Thought of simply deleting the key altogether as i know this miniport isn't being used, but i'm not sure that this action is a good one.
The reason i'm after these miniports is because of the effect they appear to be having on the boot process. My computer appears to be spending allot of time attempting to load the miniports, slowing boot time.
Any info you can come up with would help thanks!