What installation method did you use? Installing Battle.net application directly and then installing WoW once that was installed, or did you attempt to install World of Warcraft bottle that installed Battle.net and attempted to automatically install WoW upon completion?
Not sure if this is related, but the other thread on this subject mentioned repairing the install for Microsoft Visual C++ 2015 (14.0) (NOT 64 bit) and that worked for me. If I understand correctly, and I am a newb at linux/crossover, all applications in crossover are run as Administrator in the bottles, so if an application asks for administrator, then somethings messed up with the bottle and it has nothing to do with Admin rights inside the bottle.
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