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There is a way to do it explained here: Run Screensaver as Wallpaper in Windows 8 and 7 In Windows 8 and Windows 7, you can run the screensaver as your desktop wallpaper, while allowing the mouse to move, without any 3rd-party application. To do this, open a Command Prompt window. type the name of the screen-saver followed by the switch ...
Screen savers only activate when the keyboard has been idle for a specified period. Rather than the screensaver, why not set Monitor 2 so that it rotates its wallpaper at set intervals?
Try setting the registry key DisableLockWorkstation to 0. It is located here: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Winlogon
I have tried the same case in my laptop running with Windows 7. If we move the mouse immediately after the screensaver started, it will goes to active screen. If we disturb the screensaver after few second it started, it will goes to logon screen and ask for password.
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