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In Visual Studio Team Services, I mistakenly added a Git repository to an existing project which was under TFVC, so now the project has two repositories.

The problem is, I can't find any option to remove this repository from the project. The only option I find is to delete the entire project (obviously not what I want to do).

Searching online yields no useful results, as all the articles appear to be about deleting a project, can't find anything about removing a repository from a project.

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Try this: 

  1. Select ReposFiles.

    View your branches

  2. From the repo drop-down, select Manage repositories.

    Manage repositories

  3. Select the name of the repository from the Repositories list, choose the ... menu, and then choose Delete repository.

    Delete repository

  4. Confirm the deletion of the repository by typing the repo's name and selecting Delete.

    Delete repository confirm

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