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Sourcetree not showing latest commits

I cloned a repository to a network drive. I then wanted to use sourcetree from a different computer so I added that folder to sourcetree on the new computer (new tab then add folder). It appeared to be successful, but it wont show any new commits. Do I have to delete the network shared drive and start again? If I click on remote it indeed takes me to the correct repo on the web and I can see the latest commits. Is there any way to make sourcetree see those commits?

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Mike Corsaro
Atlassian Team
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Jan 04, 2019

Hello! I'd recommend not using a network drive with Sourcetree as other users have seen problems with it in the past. However, if you cannot see commits it's possible that you'll need to run "Fetch" to get the latest remote changes.

Appreciate you taking the time to answer. My conclusion is Sourcetree and network drives are not a good combination.

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