This is a tough question, and one that I wish I had a good answer to. The main problem seems to be that both of these must "shim" the Windows IP stack, in order to get access to the packets at a level that allows them to implement the IPSec protocol. I believe that there should be a way to selectively disable the conflicting components at runtime, but I have not been able to do it, short of a re-install/reboot cycle. Good luck!
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