There are two ways to hide desktop folders: via the registry or by using Group Policy. I suspect that you don't have Group Policy and are interested in the registry-method. See the following link for step-by-step: http://www.winguides.com/registry/display.php/7/. As for breaking in to locked screensavers, sorry, but I can't help you with that.
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