the other option is to check if you have a back up team who does back of the stash system every day and ask them to retrieve the only the info of that branch from the repo id in STASH
if you can ask then to get to this folder and get the backup of the branch in this folder , this would give you the branch back
in the stash server, go to this path
where 4927 is the repo id of my repo
you can find that in STASH login
git push remotes/origin/release/1.1.2 bugfix/XCPPP-1528-radius-no-protocol-or-message
fatal: 'remotes/origin/release/1.1.2' does not appear to be a git repository
fatal: Could not read from remote repository.
Please make sure you have the correct access rights (I have given the user write permission on the branch).
and the repository exists.
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