Interestingly enough, the WNCE2001 does have a small but functional WebUI that you can use to configure one or two settings and also update its firmware through.
The landing page shows the current status of the WNCE2001. One item that is nice to see is the connection speed. This does let us know that we are dealing with a real N spec product. Of course, the 10/100 port on it kills some of that speed, but in the end it is usually more than fast enough.
You can set the WNCE2001 to a static IP if you want. Nothing major really, but nice to have that option.
The advanced wireless options are not really much, but can help if you are having a few performance issues.
Again, the WebUI is very simple, but does give you some flexibility and even a knowledge base and documentation right on some the UI. You can also backup your configuration and upgrade the firmware easily through this UI.