You shouldn't be concerned about this:
When you create a connection to a wireless, dial-up, broadband, or VPN network, Windows stores the configuration in a connection profile. By default, these profiles are stored in the file RASPhone.pbk found in the following folder:
After you create a connection profile, you can then connect to that network as needed by using any one of the connection techniques described in Connect to a Remote Network.
Since malware can use this to inject ads, etc its why your AV is considering this as suspicious