CTRL Alt Del does not work Windows 2015 10 rMBP

Hi all

I have a MacBook Pro for Windows 10 15 "Bootcamped retina.

CTRL Alt Del does not, any more than the function keys (brightness, mute, etc.).

I tried to manually reinstall the keyboard driver. It installs ok but does not solve the problem.

On Reddit, a user suggested that another user with the same problem should do a Bootcamp driver repair.

However, when I go in the Bootcamp Assistant I get only the possibility to restore the volume.

My best guess is that the Bootcamp Driver repair fix it if I could access.

Does not mention that this is the model of 2015.

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