troubleshooting Question

help with query

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Microsoft SQL Server 2005Microsoft SQL Server 2008
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I have an employee table.  Primary key of userID.   One of the columns is self referential, and gives the userID of a employee's supervisor.

I need a query that for a given userID, it lists all employees for that person, at all levels.  So for example, all records would be returned for a CEO.
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