macBook pro mid 2014, High Sierra, Windows 10, Ubuntu
I used Bootcamp assistant to resize one unique partition to make space for Windows NTFS partition, then I used Windows disk manager to resize the NTFS partition and made place beyond for NTFS shared partition, linux partition, etc. All went OK and all systems had read/write access to shared NTFS
Later I reused Bootcamp to reinstall Windows on its specific NTFS partition (in this case Bootcamp does not pass through resize step). Mac and linux still have access to NTFS share, but not Windows. Moreover windows Disk Manager does not shows the remaining partitions (share, linux, etc) beyond its install partition, instead it shows one unique big unallocated partition.
As if Bootcamp install prevents Windows to correctly see disk space beyond its installation partition. Is there a way to repair this ? Disk utility does not see any problem on any partitions.