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I was working in VS Code when I noticed it said I was on the 'master' branch instead of the feature branch I was working in. When I went to change to my branch, ALL the other branches were missing. VS Code apparently is no longer connecting to the remote. However, if I use Visual Studio instead of VS Code, I can see the branches just fine.

Also, ALL the files now appear as untracked in the master branch in VS Code. This is the second time this has happened I don't know what is causing it. The last time it happened, I deleted my local repo and recloned from the remote.

How can I get VS Code to see my remote branches again?

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