Issue with Contineous Integration and deployment with VSTS

Issue with MS Build. Trying to set up a queue from VSTS and failing in build solution.

Here is the desc.

Starting: Build solution
Task         : Visual Studio Build
Description  : Build with MSBuild and set the Visual Studio version property
Version      : 1.126.0
Author       : Corporation
Help         : [More Information](
"D:\a\_tasks\VSBuild_71a9a2d3-a98a-4caa-96ab-affca411ecda\1.126.0\ps_modules\MSBuildHelpers\vswhere.exe" -version [15.0,16.0) -latest -format json
"D:\a\_tasks\VSBuild_71a9a2d3-a98a-4caa-96ab-affca411ecda\1.126.0\ps_modules\MSBuildHelpers\vswhere.exe" -version [15.0,16.0) -products Microsoft.VisualStudio.Product.BuildTools -latest -format json
"C:\Program Files (x86)\MSBuild\14.0\bin\msbuild.exe" "D:\a\1\s\$\CodeBase\ToolDevBranch3.32\rei.sln" /nologo /nr:false /t:"Clean" /dl:CentralLogger,"D:\a\_tasks\VSBuild_71a9a2d3-a98a-4caa-96ab-affca411ecda\1.126.0\ps_modules\MSBuildHelpers\Microsoft.TeamFoundation.DistributedTask.MSBuild.Logger.dll";"RootDetailId=3bb998b7-9044-4bcd-87f6-dbdfbb2ce4ea|SolutionDir=D:\a\1\s\$\CodeBase\GLIMRToolDevBranch4.32"*ForwardingLogger,"D:\a\_tasks\VSBuild_71a9a2d3-a98a-4caa-96ab-affca411ecda\1.126.0\ps_modules\MSBuildHelpers\Microsoft.TeamFoundation.DistributedTask.MSBuild.Logger.dll" /p:platform="any cpu" /p:configuration="release" /p:VisualStudioVersion="14.0" /p:_MSDeployUserAgent="VSTS_e6005b70-8084-432e-beae-cc55f6026e28_build_3_141"
MSBUILD : error MSB1009: Project file does not exist.
Switch: D:\a\1\s\$\GLIMRCodeBase\ToolDevBranch3.32\rei.sln
Process 'msbuild.exe' exited with code '1'.
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samuel.NET developerCommented:
From the docs: "This project file does not exist in the specified directory or, if no directory was specified, the project file does not exist in the current working directory."

Can you reply with your build process steps so I can determine where you are building from? Both VSTS, visual studio, and MSBuild command line can all produce this error.

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