The jira-config.properties file do not exists in a new JIRA installation. Hence in order to apply the property suggested in the websudo documentation, you will have to create the file in the $JIRA_HOME directory.
More details on this, you may kindly refer to the following documentation:
In new JIRA installations, this file may not initially exist and if so, needs to be created manually.
Therefore, you may create the jira-config.properties file and add the websudo property, and restart JIRA for the changes made to take effect.
I hope that the info above helps!
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