if I understand correctly, your remote switch is separated from the main office via a router. You can do anything you want with the remote switch VTP without any impact to main office in that case. VTP frames are sent only on trunk lines through VLAN1.
If you don't use VTP at all in the remote office simply set VTP mode to transparent on the remote switch and you don't have to care about VTP anymore.
If you want to use VTP on the remote site set the switch to server mode and give it a different domain name.
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