What you want is
to learn the native equivelant command or a program that swaps or "remaps" keys
Control-F -C -X etc (small, not caps)
InputRemapper did some trackpad stuff but does not support Windows 7 and has not been updated in 5 yrs, but there may be someting else.
I'd get a small handy reference guide actually. Or google for awile.
I discovered tht in the Win 7 control panel there is a "Boot Camp" icon and wihin that a "Keyboard tab" with a "Sceondary Click" box under the "One Finger" section. This fixes the right click problem.
I do not understand why Command-C Command-V do not work ... These keystrokes work both in native OSX and native Win 7. Why on earth this would change in Boot Camp makes no sense ....
Command key is native to Apple hardware. Not Windows.
But as you discovered there is a control panel Apple added.
If I hiit command key in Windows what do you think it does? If you had not installed Apple kbmgr or use a different keyboard.
I prefer using Control now in place of Command, it is always on the outside and easier.