Error on scanning: No analysable projects were found. SonarQube analysis will not be performed

I’m trying to analyze a VS2017 solution with Sonarqube. I’ve installed Sonarqube server on a VM with Windows 2016 ( Community Edition Version 7.6 (build 21501)).
I’ve created a batch file in the root of the solution with the command suggested by the Sonarqube server when creating the project:
The batch file contains the following command:

    SonarScanner.MSBuild.exe begin /k:"MyProject" /"http://sonarqubeserver:9002" /d:sonar.login="KeyProvidedByServer"

    "%ProgramFiles(x86)%\Microsoft Visual Studio\2017\Professional\MSBuild\15.0\Bin\MsBuild.exe" 

    D:\Source\Repos\Project\MyProject.sln /t:Rebuild
        SonarScanner.MSBuild.exe end /d:sonar.login="KeyProvidedByServer"

When I launch the batch file from command prompt with administrative privileges the first and second command run correctly but the third ends up with a tons of lines like:

WARNING: File ‘D:\Source\Repos\Project\MyProject\class.cs’ is not located under the root directory ‘D:\Source\Repos\Project\.sonarqube\out’ and will not be analyzed.

and a final message

_File was referenced by the following projects: ‘D:\Source\Repos\Project\Project\MyProject.csproj’.*

No analysable projects were found. SonarQube analysis will not be performed. Check the build summary report for details.

Writing processing summary to

D:\Source\Repos\Project\.sonarqube\out\ProjectInfo.log Generation of the sonar-properties file failed. Unable to complete SonarQube analysis.

12:13:35.099 Creating a summary markdown file…

_12:13:35.103 Post-processing failed. Exit code: 1-

Anyone can help me correct the error?

2 months I’ve posted this and really anyone can help me?

Sorry for the delay. Could you show us the file directory structure? Maybe you’re not running the commands from the correct directory?

Thanks, I’ve solved using Azure Devops and the SonarQube plugin, installing a SonarQube server on a Virtual Machine.

Anyway I was running the command from the Root directory of the Visual Studio Solution, where the .sln file reside.

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