Thanks for the response. I gave that a try and git gave me a succeeded notification but my repository did not contain the branch I pushed to it. Figured out another way by adding a new remote on my new repository then fetching all the branches I needed across into my new repository then checking these branches out and pushing them up. I have added my steps in case anyone else runs into a similar problem.
RepA â€“ Repository you want to copy branches from
RepN â€“ New repository to store copied branches.
1. In RepA, type [B]git remote -v[/B] and note the origin fetch URL.
Execute the following steps in RepN.
2. Add a new remote URL which points to RepA. Use [B]git remote add [/B]
3. Perform [B]git fetch [/B]
4. Perform a [B]git checkout[/B] <[B]Branch in RepA you want to copy to RepN>[/B]
6. Execute, [B]git remote rm [/B] to remove the remote URL after you've fetched and checked out locally all the branches you want.
7. For each of the new branches from RepA youâ€™ve checked out locally, execute [B]git push -u origin [/B]
[B]Note:[/B] For steps 3 and 4, only use the pure branch name and not /.
Thanks for the help orbrey!